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An increase of more than 37%! Guangxi ports usher in the peak season for Southeast Asian fruit imports

Jackfruit
Fruits
China
Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 17, 2024

Tridge summary

The article highlights the surge in fruit demand in China, particularly during peak seasons, with a significant focus on the import and export activities through Guangxi, a crucial region along the China-Vietnam border. It emphasizes the record-high imports of Southeast Asian fruits such as durian, mangosteen, and jackfruit, especially through key ports like Dongxing Port (Second Bridge) and Pingxiang Comprehensive Bonded Zone. The article also discusses efforts to enhance transport and customs processes to maintain the freshness of these fruits for the Chinese market. Additionally, it notes the remarkable growth in fruit imports from ASEAN countries, with Vietnam and Thailand being the primary sources.
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Now is the time when the new season of Southeast Asian fruits matures, and China is also entering the peak season for fruit demand. Hundreds of vehicles carrying Southeast Asian durian, mangosteen, jackfruit and other fruits pass through Dongxing Port (Second Bridge) every day. In recent days, in front of the customs building of Dongxing Port (Second Bridge) in Guangxi on the China-Vietnam border, trucks loaded with Southeast Asian imported fruits have lined up in a long queue. After customs clearance, they are distributed to domestic markets by road. In the first two months of this year, the total import and export volume of fruits in Guangxi reached 132,000 tons, an increase of 37.8% year-on-year. Guangxi Beitou Port, which is responsible for the investment and operation of Dongxing Port (Second Bridge), According to An Investment Group Co., Ltd., in the past week, the total weight of Southeast Asian fruits cleared at the port was nearly 2,000 tons. In April, the highest daily ...
Source: Guojiguoshu
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